Tuesday 27 September 2016

Cork Con run riot

Published 08/02/2016 | 02:30

Cork Constitution brought Ballynahinch’s two-match winning run to a shuddering halt by hammering them 38-3 at Ballymacarn Park. Stock photo.
Cork Constitution brought Ballynahinch’s two-match winning run to a shuddering halt by hammering them 38-3 at Ballymacarn Park. Stock photo.

Ulster Bank League: Cork Constitution brought Ballynahinch's two-match winning run to a shuddering halt by hammering them 38-3 at Ballymacarn Park, where No 8 James Ryan scored two tries.

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The result keeps sixth-placed Con within reach of the play-offs.

Elsewhere, Scott Deasy nailed a 76th-minute penalty to give Lansdowne a 16-16 draw with Garryowen at Dooradoyle, while Young Munster secured a 14-11 win away to misfiring Old Belvedere, where Gearoid Evans' second-half penalty proved decisive.

Leaders UCD hit Galwegians with 20 unanswered points as they gained a 33-15 victory at the Belfield Bowl. The bonus point leaves Noel McNamara's youngsters five points clear of Clontarf.

In Division 1B, Ballymena suffered a significant setback in the race for promotion as they went down 15-12 to leaders St Mary's College, whose hooker Hugo Kean struck for the winning try following an injury-time maul.

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